FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRDY PI ,16 H ICIA AL
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Blue Initiate 'Oklahoma'Defense
(Continued from Page 6)
Election of officers for 1966-67: Chair-
man, Richard Zuckerman; vice-chair-
man, Selena Adler; secretary, John
Weiler; assistant to secretary in charge
of Driving Court, Kenneth Krone.
The following sponsored student
events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are reminded
that requests for approval for sociai
events are due in the Office of Student
Organizations not later than. 12 o'clock
nom n Wednesday prior to the event.
FRI., APRIL 1--
Acacia, Open-Open; Alpha Chi Omega,
Pledge Formal; Alpha Epsilon Pi, Hoot-
enanny; Alpha Sigma Phi, Open-Open;
Alpha Tau Omega, Open-Open; Beta
Theta P1, Mothers' Weekend; Chicago
House, Floor Party; Chi Phi, TGIF/
Open-Open; Chi Psi, TGIF; Delta Chi,
Beatnik Party; Delta Delta Delta, Pledge,
Formal; Delta Gamma, Pledge Formal;
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Inter-Planetary
Drink-Out; Delta Tau Delta, Open-
Open; Delta Upsilon, TGIF/Open-Open;
Delta Upsilon, Record Party/Open-Open;
Evans Scholars, House Party.
Hinsdale, EQ, TGIF; Phi Delta Theta,
TGIF/Open-Open; Phi Epsilon Pi, TGIF;
Phi Gamma Delta, TGIF/Open-Open;
Phi Kappa Psi, TGIF; Phi Sigma Kappa,
TGIF; Pi Beta Phi, Pledge Formal;
Prescott, EQ, Dance Party; Psi Upsi-
lon, Party; Sigma Phi, Party/Open-
Open; Phi Sigma Delta, Open-Open;
Sigma Alpha Mu, Open-Open; Tau
Delta Phi, Open-Open; Theta Chi, Ox-
bok Convention Party/Open-Open; The-
taoXi, Open-Open; Zeta Beta Tau, Open-
SAT., APRIL 2-
Acacia, Pledge Formal/Open-Open;
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Pledge Party/Open-
Open; Alpha Omicron Pi, Pledge For-
mal; Alpha Sigma Phi, Open-Open;
Alpha Tau Omega, Open-Open/Party;
Beta Theta iP, Mother's Weekend; Chi-
cago, Chii Club Opening; Chi Phi, Moth-
er's Weekend;, Chi Psi, Founders' Day;
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Open-Open/Band
Party; Delta Tau Delta, Open-Open/
Delta Upsilon, Theme Party/Open-
Open; Evans Scholars, . House Party;
Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledge Formal; Phi
Delta Theta, Mother's Weekend; Phi
Epsilon. Pi, Open-Open; Phi Gamma
Delta, Open-Open; Phi Kappa Psi
Mother's Weekend; Phi Sigma Delta
Record Party; Phi Sigma Kappa, Party;
Psi Upsilon, Nassau Party; Sigma Al-
pha Mu, Spring Pledge Formal; Sigma
Chi, Mother's Weekend/Open-Open; Sig-
ma Phi, Pledge Formal/Open-Open;'
* Theta Chi, OxBox Convention Party/
Open-Open; Zeta Beta Tau, Open-
SUN., APRIL 3-
Chi, Phi, Mother's Weekend.
Campbell Soup Co., Camden, N.J. -
Various openings including 1. Equip.
Dev. Engr., ME or ChE degree. Up to 4
yrs. exper. 2. Sr. Res. Chemist, PhD
major in physical, organic or biochem.
3. EDP Programmer Analyst, BS or MS
in Bus. Ad., Indust. Engrg. or rel. No
exper. req. 4. Res. Chemist; BS Chem.,
Biochem, or Food Sci.
Anchor Hocking Glass Corp., Lancas-
ter, Ohio- Designer for Indust. des.
dept. Design all types & styles of glass
packaging containers. Degree not req.
No exper. needed.
International Pipe & Ceramics Corp..
Parsippany, N.J.-Dir. of Manufactur-
ing for west coast operations. Degree
in ceramics pref. Exper. in prod., man-
agement req. Manage all prod, facili-
ties of 9 plants including mgmt. of
raw materials, qual. standards ,etc.
A. T. Kearney & Co., Inc., Chicago -
Math-Stat.--O.R. trained man, knowl
of mktg. & dist. problems. Adv. de-
gree in science or bus. ad. Travel 35-
50 per cent. Age 27-33. Also Chem.
Engrg. plus MBA grad. Some field
sales exper., also prod. mgmt., mkt.
res. admin. ass't., etc. Travel 35-50 per
cent. Both jobs for marketing activities.
Armco Steel Corp., Middletown, Ohio
-Staff positions on corp. magazine.
Grad with journ. bkgd. to make lay-
outs, travel to obtain pictures & story
material when necessary, write stories
as directer, etc. Applications available
Wilson & Co., Inc.,, Chicago - Ac-
countant. Gen. office' duties as chief
accountant. Age 25-50, draft exempt
Few years acctg. exper. Also Process
Engr. BS ChE. 3-5 yrs. exper. Draft
* * *
For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
§ummer Swim School, Boyne City,
Mich.-Director (man) with W.S.I. Also
Hotel Iroquois on the Beach, Mack-
inac, Mich.-Men & women for porters
& desk clerk.
* * *
Details at Summer Placement, 212
ENGINEERING PLACEMENT INTER-
VIEWS-Seniors.& grad students, please
sign schedule posted at 128-H West
Collins Radio Co., Iowa, Texas, Calif.
-Any Degree: EE. BS-MS: ME. BS: IE.
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By BILL LEVIS
This is the year of change for
the Michigan defense. Bob Holl-
way, defensive line coach and Don
Dufek, formerly in charge of de-
fensive backfield maneuvers, have
left the coaching ranks to go into
Hollway and Dufek have been
replaced by George Mans, helping
Tony Mason on the line, and Don
James, former Florida State assist-
ant, handling the defensive back-
These are not the only changes
by any means. In the past, the
Wolverines have employed a 6-2-
2-1 defense with three men con-
stantly back to guard against the
pass and long runs. Along with,
James' arrival out of the sunshine
came the "Oklahoma" type de-
As Coach James explained it,
"with this defense, we have the
freedom of having seven men up
front to stop the running attack.
The four backs can then take
care of the flankers."
He went on to point out that
"we can also use variations of the
7-4 defense. We can use the tight
T with four backs in close, a 5-4-2
design, and we can also employ a
pro type defense,.a 5-2-4."
James is primarily concerned
with coaching the two corner
b a c k s and deepbacks (safety
backs). Three of the four starters
from last fall will be returning for
the 1966 season. Only Dick Wells,
who will graduate later this
month, is not returning. The re-
turning lettermen consist of Rick
Sygar, Rick Volk and Mike Bass.
John Rowser appears to have the
inside track on the fourth spot.
All four will be seniors next
year. Only Rowser has been work-
ing out defensively this spring.
Bass had a knee operation over
the winter and has been doing only
light work. He has not been dress-
ing for practice and will see no
contact before the fall.
Volk also had an operation but
this has not deterred him from
practicing. He has been working
out at quarterback this spring,
rivalling returning lettermen Rick
Vidmer for the starting job.
Sygar Soakin' Sun
Sygar is a third probable starter
who has not seen any pigskin
practice this spring. The junior
letterman is currently in Arizona
with the Wolverine baseball team
soaking up the sun. Sygar started
out in defensive backfield last year
but was switched to offense when
starting halfback Jim Detwiler
was injured after a tremendous
performance against North Caro-
lina. Barring complications, it ap-
pears that Sygar will again return
to the defense after he hangs up
his baseball spikes.
When asked what effect the new
defense would have on the boys
who worked under the old 6-2-2-1,
James said, "the change in de-
fense will probably be hardest for
the men who will be seniors next
year; they worked hard at the old
one. It has been much easier for
the younger boys."
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At the right safety position,
three freshmen quarterback pros-
pects have been working out. Bob
Kieta has been doing some quar-
terbacking but has concentrated
his efforts in the defensive back-
field. The other two frosh quarter-
backs who are vieing for the safety
post are Dennis Brown and Dennis
The other safety position is also
the scene of action for many
young prospects. Al Doty, a reserve
from last year, and freshman Mike
Beier have been battling for the
position. Two freshmen who are
"There is no other name under
heaven given among -men, where-
by we must be saved."
CHURCH OF CHRIST
530 West Stadium
challenging for cornerback spots
are Bill Bolduc and Bob Wedge.
James explained that it was a
hard first week for him. "I didn't
know who the players were. When
I saw the boys make good or bad
plays, I Just didn't know who did
As practice ended yesterday,
James felt that "everyone has
been working real well. We have
had no real problems. With Wells,
the only back graduating, it looks
real good for next year . . . if
Bass, Sygar, Volk all work out
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